Inside OSU Podcast

College Sports, ”Amateurism” in Flux: Research on Tap

February 8, 2022

Since the mid-1900s, the NCAA has described college sports as following an “amateurism” model that revolved around athletes being compensated primarily through scholarships, as opposed to salaries or through endorsement deals. In the summer of 2021, however, everything changed. The Alston Supreme Court decision ruled that the NCAA’s caps on academic aid is a violation of antitrust law.

In this episode of the Inside OSU Podcast, Dr. John Holden, assistant professor at the Spears School of Business sits down with Dr. Kenneth Sewell, Vice President of Research at Oklahoma State University. Holden discusses the new rules surrounding college sports and how players get paid....

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